|Reflexions upon the present state of England : and the independence of America - Day, Thomas, 1748-1789|
John Adams Library copy inscribed on t.p.: "Adams Lib. town of Quincy."
Keywords: United States -- Foreign relations Great Britain; Great Britain -- Foreign relations United States; Great Britain -- Politics and government
|A collection of interesting, authentic papers : relative to the dispute between Great Britain and America; shewing [sic] the causes and progress of that misunderstanding, from 1764 to 1775 - Almon, John, 1737-1805|
John Adams Library copy inscribed in Adams's hand on p. : "An order from the Board of Trade, to the Custom house officials to demand of the Supreme 6th of Justice, Writs of Assitance." Usually called, by its running title, "Prior, Documents," 1764 to 1768, and intended to accompany the Almon's 'Remembrancer.'"
Keywords: United States -- History Revolution, 1775-1783 Causes; United States -- Politics and government 1775-1783; Great Britain -- Foreign relations United States
|Speech of Mr. John Quincy Adams on the case of Alexander McLeod : delivered in the House of Representatives, September 4, 1841 - Adams, John Quincy, 1767-1848|
John Adams Library copy bound with numerous other items, all separately cataloged. Spine title: J.Q. Adams' orations. John Adams Library copy added posthumously to collection. Bookplate: "Given by Hon. Josiah P. Quincy." McLeod was concerned in the affair of the steamer Caroline, which was burned by the British, December, 1837.
Keywords: McLeod, Alexander; McLeod, Alexander, 1796-1871; Caroline (Steamer); Caroline (Navire : 1824-1844); Navy Island Campaign, 1837-1838; United States -- Foreign relations Great Britain Speeches in Congress; Great Britain -- Foreign relations United States Speeches in Congress